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    Surround inhibition and its benefits in somatosensory system Introduction Somatosensory system is a complex sensory system that is made up of different types of sensory receptors. These sensory receptors include thermo-receptors (specialised heat receptors), mechanoreceptors (specialised cells that senses pressure and distortion), chemo- receptors (specialised receptors cells that converts chemical signals in action potential), and photo- rectors (specialised cells that converts light signals in

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    • Touch: Our sense of touch is mainly governed by a huge network of free-nerve endings and touch receptors located near or at the surface of the skin. These receptors combined with the free-nerve endings in the skin are known as the somatosensory system. They are activated by a stimulus, which in turn makes the neural membrane more permeable to sodium ions, thus allowing an action potential to occur (given that the charge exceeds the threshold). The impulse may or may not travel to the brain depending

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    Aging Awareness The process of aging begins at birth, or conception, depending on your stance, and continues throughout life. This is fact. Whatever your opinion, there is one inescapable certainty; throughout this meticulous process we call aging, comes change-- unsolicited, irrevocable, inevitable change. While many of the changes we face as we age are celebrated and embraced, not all change is desirable, and not all are pleasant. Some of the biggest changes humans experience in their lifetime

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    When you become a manager, there is a lot that is expected of you. You are expected to attend meetings, motivate and inspire, train, make decisions and so much more. With all of these expectations, when you actually have time to spend with your employees? That is the question that many managers have. Unfortunately, I do not have the answer, but I can share with you how touching base with your employees will save you time in the long run. Touching base with your employees to review projects and tasks

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    1. Start to subtly position the relationship as more than just friends. The first thing you have to do is start positioning the relationship as more than just friends. What this means is that you start conversing and looking at her in a different way. Specifically, more flirtatious and intimate. For example, if you beforehand would only talk about things friends talk about, such as work, family and interests, now is a great time to extend that spectrum to include topics such as attraction, sex,

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    Oni mey bi eccasid uf duong thongs whin thiy dodn’t knuw bittir. Linnoi wes eccasid uf duong bed thongs whin hi dodn’t knuw thet hi wesn’t sappusid tu. Linnois onnucinci cen bi pruvin thruagh whin hi tuachis thi gorl’s driss, hos eccodintel kollong uf enomels, end hos eccodintel kollong uf Carliy’s wofi. Tuachong thongs cen sumitomis git e pirsun ontu truabli. Linnoi eccodintelly ceasis e cummutoun whin hi tuachis e gorl’s driss. “Su hi riechis uat tu fiil thos rid driss en’ thi gorl lits uat e sqaewk

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    Features Fig. Features of RedTacton RedTacton has three main features as shown in figure. 1. Touch This is the main feature of RedTacton. A communications path can be created with a simple touch, automatically initiating the flow of data between a body-centric electronic device and a computer that is embedded in the environment. For example, a simple handshake between people having RedTacton device, sitting, stepping on something and so on. 2. Broadband and Interactive The second feature is about

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    that he is deprived of an important aspect for feeling love and comfort: the sense of touch. Research by Darlene Francis and Michael Meaney has shown that rats that were groomed by their mother in infancy were more calm and had a stronger immune system when they grew up (Keltner). Humans have pressure receptors called Pacinian corpuscles under their skin (Trudeau). When the pressure receptors are stimulated, it sends signals to the vagus nerve, which is responsible for lowering blood pressure

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    Has there ever been a time in your life when you accomplished something all by yourself and proved it to yourself that you could do it? I have, and I’ve never felt better. It was March 22, 2008 at Schoolcraft College for a fencing tournament. I was 14 and ready to fence. It was a cold, windy day with about four inches of snow on the ground. I entered the gymnasium with my fencing bag at hand. My heart was pounding. After an hour of the strenuous anticipation of waiting for the event to start

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    place was that it could well be any archaeological museum and not just for the blind. The only difference was observed in the signs of the exhibits , aside from the classical visible spelling ,there were also slides written in the Braille writing system for the visually impaired. . As the tour was about to begin , the blind director of the museum , Mrs. Demetra Asideri , in her office in the main building of the Lighthouse Museum , talked to us about the history of the museum : "The Tactual Museum

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